Separated from mainland Australia by the 240 km stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a place of spectacular landscapes; friendly, welcoming people; a pleasant, temperate climate; fantastic wine and food; a rich history; and a relaxed island lifestyle.
- More than 2000 km of walking tracks and 18 national parks;
- Tasmania is renowned for its world-class ales, beers and wines;
- No traffic jams, and no smog;
- The forests and coasts are full of wildlife. From seals and penguins, dolphins and whales, to kangaroos and koalas, Tasmania displays a wide range of creatures in natural settings.;
- Tasmania also has a fascinating, historic past which springs to life as you walk into an old tavern or step into a cave marked with the hand print of ancient aborigines;
- Tasmania also offers a affordable alternative to some mainland capitals.
University of Tasmaniahe University of Tasmania, established in 1890, is the fourth oldest university in Australia. It has a very high reputation internationally for teaching. The English Language Centre (ELC) started in 1989 with classes in
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